by Darah Clatworthy Bull ‘84

The outer and inner spaces of my work are inspired by nature’s random beauty. The ever-changing celestial sky is a perfect example of this: the clouds, moon, sun, and stars take on different qualities of light, color, and mood due to atmospheric changes – as do my glazes in the kiln! By layering glazes that flow freely in the firing...

Add a comment  · 

by Lauren Acton '82

My work involves breaking down the figure/ground so it becomes abstract. "Cityscape'"has a geometric, active merging of background and foreground. It is part of my latest series of streetwalkers and urbanscapes that are camouflaged so that they form a cohesive whole.

— Lauren Acton

Add a comment  · 

by Andrei Guruianu

Legal for one more year, my father’s voice
like an excited child on the phone
tells me his papers have come,
the papers, the papers,
all I ever heard growing up
with the weight of expectations,
playing the good immigrant son,
learning to anticipate
those envelopes from the government

Add a comment  · 

by Nakisha VanderHoeven '91

My work comes from a desire to make things. I have always been inspired to re-create what I see and convey what I feel through images. I feel that passionate emotion is often best portrayed by things being unrealistically bent or perspective being a little skewed.

I love experimenting with color and am attracted to objects and beautiful...

Add a comment  · 

« first | ‹ previous | 141 | 142 | 143 | 144 | 145 | 146 | 147 | 148 | 149 | 150 | 151 | 152 | 153 | 154 | 155 | next › | last »